NHL Network's Brian Lawton: 3rd Consecutive Cup Within Reach For PensNHL Network analyst Brian Lawton joined The Fan Morning Show Tuesday and said that the Pens have turned things around drastically this year and are now primed for a third consecutive Stanley Cup championship.
NHL Network's Alex Tanguay: Current Penguins Looking To Be Best Team In Their EraAlex Tanguay joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday and said that Crosby, Malkin and Letang are looking to be the best team in their era.
NHL Network's Brian Lawton: Pens Haven't Seen Defense Like Nashville'sBrian Lawton joined "The Fan Morning Show" on Wednesday to discuss the challenges Pittsburgh faced in Game 1 and how they will adjust to meet them.
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NHL Network's Jaffe: This Series Is Going To Be A Mental GrindNHL Network analyst Billy Jaffe joined the Fan Morning Show on Wednesday and said this is a mindset-type series and a tough way to play.
NHL Network's MacLean: Game 7 Is A Test Of WillsNHL Network's John MacLean believes that the Penguins will do the little things to win, but Game 7 is always a test of wills for both teams.
NHL Network's MacLean Credits Scouting For Pens' Young Forward SuccessJohn MacLean joined "The Fan Morning Show" on Wednesday and said the wave of young forwards doing well in the NHL is due mostly to scouting.
NHL Network's MacLean: Sullivan Will Get Pens To Play Full 60 MinutesNHL Network analyst John MacLean joins the show to talk about the Penguins goaltender situation and their inconsistent play so far this season.
NHL Network's Luftman: 'Pens Are The Standard'NHL Network host of "NHL Tonight" Tony Luftman joined "The Fan Morning Show" on Wednesday and gleamed about both Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid, but says the Penguins still set the NHL standard.
Penguins Bringing Back Big Screen For Home First-Round Playoff GamesThe Penguins are bringing back the big screen for the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Mayor: Future Of Pens’ Playoff Big Screen In JeopardyThe Pittsburgh Penguins say there will be no big screen to watch the first round of their playoff series with the New York Rangers.
Bylsma Joins NHL Network In Analyst RoleAccording to a statement from the NHL, the former Pittsburgh Penguins coach will be joining the NHL Network as a studio analyst for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals.